Long Boot Times, Again
On 12/21/2011 06:17 PM, Richard Heck wrote:
> On 12/21/2011 12:42 PM, Richard Heck wrote:
>> As suggested, I've run systemd-analyze, and get:
>> /home/rgheck/ > systemd-analyze blame | head
>> 60247ms sendmail.service
>> 60228ms home-rgheck-files.mount
>> 60192ms mnt-mail-multi.mount
>> 2537ms udev-settle.service
>> 1428ms rsyslog.service
>> 1348ms mysqld.service
>> 1146ms NetworkManager.service
>> 1097ms bluetooth.service
>> 837ms chronyd.service
>> 812ms fedora-storage-init.service
>> So both sendmail and these two network mounts are waiting about a
>> minute for something to happen. Any suggestions about how to speed
>> this up? I saw something about the "comment=systemd.automount" line in
>> /etc/fstab, and I'll try that, but I'm still puzzled about why these
>> mounts are sitting there for a minute.
> Well, I'm still puzzled, but the comment idea seems to have worked. I
> guess maybe the issue is that, with NetworkManager running, the network
> wasn't available yet?
That's exactly it. The "comment=" syntax is bizarre, but it
does the trick.
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